Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on December 26, 1957 · Page 34
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 34

Logansport, Indiana
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Thursday, December 26, 1957
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Fourteen Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune American Family Menu •move from heat. Gradually stir /esh lemon juice into the beaten ,,'gs. Then gradually add the egg lixture to the cooked ingredients, tirring constantly. Remove from ieat and cool. Store, covered in refrigerator and use as needed. Note: 'One tablespoon—13Mi calories. MONDAY'S DINNER: Pan-broiled lean beef patties, parsley boiled potatoes, stewed tomatoes and onion, Melba toast, mixed greeijs salad, low-calorie lemon French dressing-, sliced oranges, coffee, tea, milk. Early To School MUSKEGON, Mich. — The lice search for four-year-old Kim Johnson ended when they learned he went where "all the kids were." Kim was found at the neighborhood school where he had signed up in kindergarten to be with his playmates. Lauds Hoosier For Saving His Life in Crash HONOLTJLU OTJP)—A Navy lieutenant, said Christmas 'night he never would have escaped from a blazing radar plane without the help of a Hoosier "and then I saw him die.'" Lt. (jg) Richard L. Kline, East Williston, N.D., said Air Control- man 3C Robert 0. Clark, Frankfort, Ind., saved hjm from drown- j ing in the wreckage of the burning Navy Superconstellation which crashed Monday night 25 miles off Britons Cheer Queen's Message on Christmas By FREDERIC M. PHILIPS United Press Staff Correspondent LONDON (UP) —' Queen" Eliabeth's Christmas message to the British Commonwealth' made Britons just a bit prouder today of their country and their sovereign. The response to the talk ranged from a student's "she really shot plane burst into flames," Kline said. (Lt. Franklin) Henry, myself and Clark swam to a floating mattress where they put on life jackets, r was wearing one when Oahu. "I never would have made itjwe crashed." without Clark and then I saw him I Clark' complained he couldn't A UNIQUE idea to tempt the palate are pear halves spiced with a 1 —r<!eraflish mixture. They to perfectly with » bam dish. With your party-baked ham, or If you broil or fry .it, serve "hot and cool" horseradish pears. Certainly that's a new taste idea. It •comes from the Pacific coast, source of many of our fine canned Bartlett pears. They are delicious, as you know, in desserts, salads and with meats, or chilled and served direct from the can. Horseradish Pears One No. 2& can Bartlett pear halves, juice from pears, 1 tablespoon vinegar, 2 teaspoons horseradish. Drain pear halves. Combine pear juice, vinegar, and horseradish and pour over pears in deep bowl or quart jar so as to completely cover pears. Let stand overnight in refrigerator. Drain and serve as accompaniment to ham. Reserve remaining sauce for gelatin salad. Horseradish-Cottage Cheese Salad (Serves 6) One tablespoon unflavored gelatin, % cup cold water, sauce from horseradish pears (about 1% cups), 2 cups cottage cheese (1 pint), % cup chopped celery, 2 tablespoons chopped pimento, few grains salt. " Soften gelatin in cold water. Heat aauce to boiling point and dissolve gelatin in it. Cool slightly and stir IE cottage cheese, chopped celery, pimento, and salt. Chill until firm, stirring occasionally to keep ingredients well distributed. Serve as a salad with the meal featuring . horseradish. pears, or as a "next day" salad. TOMORROW'S DINNER: Oyster loup, crackers, baked ham, horseradish Bartlett pears, candied sweet potatoes, broccoli with sauteed almonds, soft rolls, butter or margarine, endive and watercress salad, oil and lemon juice, hot mince pie with cheese or ice cream, coffe, tea, milk, nuts and The season of holiday dinners, parties and social snacking will soon be over. Then will come the sudden realization that along with all the fun came a few extra pounds. It will be time again to begin calorie counties. That's why we think you'll welcome these two dressings. Low Calorie Lemon French Dressing (1 cup) One tablespoon unflavored gelatin, 1 tablespoon cold water, % cup hot water, 3 tablespoons sugar, % teaspoon salt, % cup fresh lemon juice, Va teaspoon pepper, Vs teaspoon dry mustard, % teaspoon Worcestershire sauce, 1 tablespoons finely chopped onion, % teaspoon celery seed. Soften gelatin in cold water. Add hot water and stir until gelatin dissolves. Add sugar and salt; cool. Combine lemon juice, pepper, dry mustard, Worcestershire sauce, onion, and celery seed; add to gelatin mixture; shake well. Serve at room temperature. May be covered and stored in refrigerator until needed but must remaia at room temperature for at least 1 hour before serving so that the gelatin will reliquefy. Note: One tablespoon— 19 calories. Low Calorie Cooked Dressing (IX, cups) ' Two tablespoons flour, 2 tablespoons granulated sugar, 1 teaspoon prepared mustard, i teaspoon salt, dash cayenne pepper (optional), 1 cup water, 6 tablespoons fresh lemon juice, slightly beaten. , Combine flour, sugar, mustard, salt, cayenne and water in top of double boiler. Cook over boiling water, stirring constantly, until thickened, about 20 minutes. He- For Holiday Entertaining Get delicious AT YOUR FAVORITE FOOD STORE Jf yoi r«ii¥wf «y ffcflf Isn't compfotofy pltest Bring If lock •xcnongt H for ono not Read the Classified Ads die," Kline said. [see from his left eye. He fell away Kline told how he was trapped'from the mattress after some under a fallen radar console. Clark | time and then I saw him floating freed him and then pushed him;fac down—dead. He died about into the water. an hour before we were .picked "Both the front and back of the up," Kline said. back at her critics" to a mother's tears of joy. The Queen, in a television address to the Commonwealth, defended herself effectively against those who have criticized her or the monarchy in past months. She told her listeners she could not "lead you into battle" but could fight in her own way "for everything we know U right." Elizabeth also called for world peace and ever-growing Commonwealth unity. Mostly, however, she was a young and beautiful Queen wishing "my people" a "happy Christmas." What the talk meant to her subjects became apparent today dur- Thursday Evening, December 2G, I93f. ing series of sidewalks interviews by United Press. London University student Ted Gibbs put it this way: "My people all sat around the television much more touched than you can understand unless! you are British. What I liked most' though was the way she explained her role in our society today... "She really shot back at her critics. After hearing her, my dad said to me 'Ruddy good show that' and that's just what it was." A young blue-helmeted London policeman commented, "I don't know much about politics or any- IJing like that. But any Englishman who doesn't fefel inspired and proud when the Queen talks to the Commonwealth at Christmas is crackers." A man from one of the island outposts of that far-flung Commonwealth, unemployed Jamaican Will McKenzie, prefaced his remarks with an aside. "I come to London to get better wo'rk," he said, "but all I find is worse weather. Just Like Subjects "But I like to hear Queen. She make you feel you're part of some- thing—not just all alone. I also liked tire Christmas calypso they broadcast from Jamaica after the Queen finish." Perhaps most eloquent was a middle-aged London schpolmarm, also a mother of two children. "It may seem strange to an American," she said, "but we feel the Queen, the way she spends Christmas and all her other activities, emphasize the fact that she is just like us." 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